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|17/02 7:30 am||Don't Be Afraid of Huawei and ZTE |
U.S. intelligence officials say they don't want people to use Huawei or ZTE phones, but we don't think their claims have merit. Here's why.
|16/02 7:18 am||AI Still Needs to Work on the Intelligence Bit |
There's a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence will conquer us all, but if my recent exchange with a Microsoft chatbot is any indication, I shouldn't be worried.
|13/02 9:54 pm||AR and VR Are 2018's VisiCalc |
VisiCalc changed the way people did accounting projects in the early days of the PC. Augmented and virtual reality can do the same for the next era of computing.
|10/02 10:18 pm||Dragon Ball FighterZ Offers Accessibility Without Compromise |
Simple controls, plus the delicious Dragon Ball license, means fighting fun for everyone.
|9/02 7:14 am||Bitcoin Is the New Beanie Babies |
The 90s never died, but some of its economic ideas should have.
|Is Bitcoin the Biggest Bubble in Human History? |
Cryptocurrencys value is based entirely on one conceit: its scarcity. But how can something that do
|7/02 7:54 am||The Quest for the Next Great Ultralight, Ultrathin Laptops |
The next decade of ultralight PCs got a boost at CES 2018 with the introduction of Dell's newest XPS 13 and Lenovo's X1 Carbon.
|2/02 8:15 am||How to Rethink Online Food Delivery |
Lots of delivery services pick up restaurant meals to bring to you. The problem with that is: who ne
|Why Samsung Is Hell-Bent on Making Bixby Happen |
Samsung wants Bixby to be the operating system of the 5G world. Don't laugh.
|Google Can't Save ISP Competition, We Need to Save Ourselves |
The prospect of serious home internet competition in the US looks bleak. Do we need to start our own ISPs?
|31/01 8:04 am||How Dr. Lisa Su Made AMD Relevant Again |
At CES, I sat down with Dr. Lisa Su, the CEO of AMD, who has turned the company around with a focus on high-performance computing, designs, and platforms.
|The Internal Combustion Engine Isn't Going Anywhere Just Yet |
Mazda's innovative next-gen SkyActiv engine show that gasoline-powered vehicles could be around for decades.
|The New New Journalism |
Virtual reality is enabling an innovative way of real-life storytelling.
|28/01 10:36 pm||Blame Bad UI Design for Hawaii's False Missile Alert |
A user pressed the wrong button, but software designers should take responsibility.
|25/01 7:25 am||My Professional Armchair Analysis of CES |
No one needs to go to this annual gadget tradeshow when it's already over-covered by every media out
|Could Virtual Selling Be VR's Killer App? |
As I walked the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, I wondered if CES and other trade shows could eventually become virtual events.
|Why Social Media Companies Should Embrace Blockchain |
This might be great for users, but companies could benefit even more.
|Inside the Online Grad Programs Wash U Law Created With 2U |
Wash U Law has developed two online degree programs with 2U: a master of laws (LL.M.) and a master of legal studies (MLS). We examine the benefits and challenges.
|21/01 1:23 am||Knock It Off With the Tech Prediction Stories |
Every year about this time columnists like myself tend to write any number of standard or stock colu
|Did We Learn Nothing From the Dot-Com Bust? |
A lot of tech these days feels like it would fit perfectly into the pre-bust Dotcom eraand that s
|3 Game-Changing Health Gadgets Spotted at CES |
This year, I focused on a key area of health tech: products for those with vision problems.